Introduction: How to Make an IHOP Breakfast Sampler Full Course Meal in Your Own Home!

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Learning how to cook the most important meal of the day can be a fundamental and useful skill for alot of people. My audience is mainly college students living on their own. These students often do not have anybody to cook breakfast for them so they go out to eat at breakfast spots such as IHOP, Bob Evans , and Denny’s. With this guide, students can learn how to cook their own breakfast food, and in doing so save time and money.

Step 1: Part 1: Preparing to Cook

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Step 1. Gather supplies

-Spatula

- Pancake batter

- Two eggs

-Butter

- Two raw sausage patties

- two strips of bacon

- Frying pan

-Small bowl

Step 2. Heating

Set electric stove temperature to medium.

Step 3. Grease it up

Spread butter or spray
pam on the inside of the frying pan so the food doesn’t stick in the pan.

Supplementary Information: I only had one frying pan, but for your convenience try to have 2 or 3 pans to make the proccess quicker!

- Cooking oil, butter, or pam stray are all great matterials to use.

- If your stove control is numbered , set it to four or five.

Step 2: Part 2: Cooking the Sausage!

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Step 1: Place two raw sausage
patties inside the frying pan and keep on one side for about 3-5 minutes.

Step 2: After 3-5 mintues, or if dark enough, flip patties to other side.

Step 3: When the patties are dark
brown on both sides or look well cooked like in the picture above, take them out.

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Step 3: Part 3: Cooking the Eggs

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Step 1:Crack two eggs into the pan and let them sit for two mintues.

Step 2: After roughly tough minutes, separate the eggs and let them sit for another minute or so.
Step 3: Add Salt and Pepper you want to.
Step 4: Now they should be finished, and they can be taken out of the pan.

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Step 4: Part 4: Making the Pancakes

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Step 1 : Retrieve a small bowl and pour about 3 cups worth of pancake batter into it.

Step 2 : Pour two cups of water into mix.

Step 3 : Stir it up until it is thick, and it looks like the picture above.

Step 4: Pour the pancake batter into the frying pan and let it sit for three minutes. The batter will shape itself into a round pancake.

Step 5: When the pancake looks like the picture above it is done and ready to be taken out. Repeat the process for the second pancake.

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Step 5: Part 5: Cooking the Bacon

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Step 1: Grab a paper plate, and place two strips of un-cooked bacon on it. Make sure to place the bacon on top of the napkin to catch the grease.

Step 2: Microwave on high for 3 minutes.

Step 3: Take the bacon out the microwave, and they should look like the third picture above.

Supplementary Information: I know most people fry bacon, but I suck at at! I attempted to fry the bacon and I burned it! So if you decide fry the bacon instead, make sure to lower the stove temp and pay attention.

Step 6: Final Result

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WHO NEEDS ihop?

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craftclarity (author)2014-05-23

Ah, the most important meal of the day.

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